Scenarios

A house with a lot of windows and a lot of grass.

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Water damage, either from humidity or rain, is very common in Florida. If your home looks like one of the scenarios below, please consider contacting us for a free consultation.

A small plant growing out of a crack in the side of a building.
Scenario 1
Rotting Wood Panel Siding

If your home has any existing conditions like this, we are here to assist you!

Problem: Water back splash from the ground damaging the bottom of the wood panel siding.

Solution: We will install a new substrate at this location and install a metal flashing at the bottom of the panel to minimize any future water back splash problems.

Scenario 2
Rotting Wood Lap Siding

Does your home have any existing conditions like this? If so, we can help you!

Problem: Water absorbed into the wood lap siding and caused the lap siding to delaminate.

Solution: We will install James Hardie lap siding that is not made of wood but instead made out of fiber cement, which will not rot or delaminate if installed correctly.

A close up of a wooden door with peeling paint.
Scenario 3
Rotting Wood Trim

If there are any existing conditions like this in your home, we are ready to offer our assistance!

Problem: Water absorbed into the wood trim and caused the trim to rot.

Solution: We will install James Hardie trim that is not made out of wood but instead made out of fiber cement, which will not rot or delaminate if installed correctly.

The side of a house showing the siding and a large window
Scenario 4
Rotting Wood At Your Roof Line

If your home has any prevailing conditions of this nature, we are well-equipped to provide our assistance!

Problem: Water back splash from the roof line damaging the bottom of the wood panel siding.

Solution: We will install a new substrate at this location and install a metal flashing at the bottom of the panel to minimize any future water back splash problems.

A crack in the side of a building.
Scenario 5
Rotting Wood Above Brick

If your home is currently facing any similar conditions, we are here to lend a helping hand!

Problem: Water sat on top of the wood trim and caused it to rot.

Solution: We will install new trim and install a metal flashing over the new trim to minimize any future water damage to the trim.

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